New York Post's Scores

For 888 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 64% higher than the average critic
  • 2% same as the average critic
  • 34% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 1.1 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average TV Show review score: 66
Highest review score: 100 The Winner: Season 1
Lowest review score: 0 Start-Ups: Silicon Valley: Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Mixed: 0 out of 646
  2. Negative: 0 out of 646
646 tv reviews
  1. While tonight's premiere episode is good, the show really sprouts wings and flies in episode two.
  2. It's really a great movie, like a modern-day version of an old Judy Garland-Mickey Rooney picture in which the kids put on a show that improves the lives of all who see it.
  3. It works, thanks to Purefoy's winning performance, pacing that never lags (the Olivia/Philip/Rist triangle is a diversion, quickly glossed over) and terrific writing.
  4. [A] stunning French import.
  5. It’s a great tale and beautifully told with beautiful actors.
  6. A news magazine at 10 p.m. that is so smart, so unexpected, so entertaining and yet so informative that you might think you just stepped back in time 20 years.
  7. Although it's been described by other critics as a cop version of "The Sopranos," I don't see it. The only similarities are the fact that the lead characters are unlikely sex symbols, and on both shows you've got a bad guy with a heart somewhere in there...So why is this still any good? Because Chiklis is so good, because the writing is very good, and the cast has actors other than great-looking Gen Xers who look like they fell out of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
  8. As much fun and every bit as exciting as the last season. [7 Sep 2004]
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  9. "Daniel" is not that controversial, but is really pretty damned, oops, darned good.
  10. Huge fun and - if at all possible - almost as nerve-wracking as "Idol."
  11. Orange Is the New Black is a cultural phenomenon and worthy crowd-pleaser--and is the one series everyone should watch this summer.
  12. Not only an important series, but a darned good, action-packed one.
  13. Despite the fact that it revolves around standard-issue teens with troubled, rich parents, it pushes the formula a few steps . . . make that several steps farther.
  14. It's funny, it's vicious, it's politically incorrect--in other words, everything that "Community" wants to be and isn't.
  15. If you thought "Tropic Thunder" was the funniest movie of the year and that everything Will Ferrell touches makes you laugh until you squirt Diet Pepsi out of your nose, then you will love Eastbound & Down.
  16. Every character is unique - but almost none compares in strangeness to Bobby Munson (Mark Boone, Jr.), a Jewish killer/gang member/Elvis impersonator. Yes, I love this show.
  17. I haven't the slightest idea what the heck I'm watching, but I've seen two of 'em now, and all I know is that two of 'em weren't enough. I wanted to watch a bunch more.
  18. This Traffic is a lot more realistic than the movie. [26 Jan 2004]
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  19. The writing's crisp and the acting is first-rate.
  20. That rare TV show that comes to the air fully formed, as if everyone involved has been working together forever, instead of just a few weeks.
  21. I might be insane, but I enjoyed every silly minute.
  22. It’s an energized, fun hour with lots of laughs, terrific cast chemistry and some surprises.
  23. Jay returned with that smart and smartass mix of talent and controversy that separates the pros from the bores.
  24. "Dexter" is a proficiently produced crime drama. Its best feature is its star, Michael C. Hall, who applies just the right touch to playing the nice, polite serial killer who lives next door.
  25. Many expected to see Cheney not just screwed, but nailed to the wall. This documentary comes awfully close.
  26. If "Walking Dead" weren't alive, up and taking a vacation to generate new blood, Steven Spielberg's Falling Skies would be the best current sci-fi series on TV.
  27. Hamm--never a showboater like some of those guys who keep winning Emmys--does some of the finest acting he’s ever done in the series. It’s subtle and sublime. The rest of the cast is in top form.
  28. Think "Pawn Stars," meets "Storage Wars." And, like those shows, the quirky buyers are as fascinating as what they (in this case), er, bag.
  29. Felicity is not as flip as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and not as hip as "Dawson's Creek". But it is more than than "Ally McBeal Goes to College" or "My So-Called College Life"...It's an intelligent and gentle ode to the painful joys of growing up, one mistake at a time. [28 Sept 1998, p.75]
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  30. Taking on Tyson is only a six-part series, but, in that limited time, this heartwarming, gorgeously filmed show reveals a terrifying man who has not just grown up, but grown into someone you now might want to know.

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